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    July 10, 2013
    4:00 - 4:29am EDT  

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>> it would occur to me the number of times he would change his screen as i would walk into his office. captioning funded by cbs this "cbs morning news" for july 10, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, the ntsb is learning what happened in the cockpit right before flight 214 crashed. they say there's no indication they declared an emergency and the airlines pilots association is now lashing out at the ntsb. they say the agency is fueling speculation the pilots were at fault before all the facts are known. bigad shaban has more on the investigation. >> reporter: federal investigators are focusing on the final seconds of asiana airline flight 214. the boeing 777 apparently came in too low and too low during landing saturday and crashed at san francisco international
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airport. >> there were three pilots in the cockpit at the time of the crash. >> reporter: the pilot sitting in the left seat was still in training and it was his first landing at san francisco in a 777. next to him sat his instructor, a senior pilot, who has logged more than 3,000 hours flying that type of plane. but it was his first flight as an instructor pilot. >> this was the first time that he and the flying pilot that he was instructing had flown together. >> reporter: the senior pilot told the ntsb that as the plane had approached the runway, he noticed it was flying at a lower speed than what was programmed in auto pilot. >> at 500 feet he knew they were l low. the tail struck and broke off. the survives say they had little
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warning. >> the last couple of seconds the engines revved into high gear and, boom, the back end lifted up, jolted everything in their seat. >> two flight attendants were ejected from the plane. they were found injured but alive on the runway. they're now determining the manifest to determine who sat where and what injuries they sustained. bigad she ban, cbs news, san francisco. now to the deadly train crash in san francisco. at least 15 people were killed on saturday when several oil tankers exploded. 35 are still missing. authorities say they have discovered something but they won't say what it is. they have ruled out terrorism. and the battle over immigration reform heats up again today. president obama will meet with the congressional hispanic caucus. and house respects to meet today to see if they can move forward on a bill of their own. the gop said they're going to push for tougher border control.
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the senate version gives illegal immigrants temporary legal status and that does not sit well with many republicans. >> we have no moral obligation to do that. they came here to live in the shadows. they had to expect they were going to live in the shadows. >> democrats say they'll fight any plan that does not include a clear path to citizenship. and there's a new threat to national security. it could be the person sitting right next to you. cbs news has obtained a training video made by the cia and the fbi. >> well, it just occurred to me the number of times he would change his screen as i would walk into his office. >> it explains what to look for if a co-work is a potential leaker or spy. earlier i spoke with senior correspondent john miller and asked why dothe agencies made ts vid video. >> when they went back to the different cases, robert hanson
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fbi case, they interviewed people around them but all of them saw the signs. but they scratched their heads and said i don't want to report it. i'm probably being too suspicious. now they're saying if you see signs, report it. if nothing comes of it, so be it. but we can't afford the kind of thing where we lose valuable secrets. >> it's an expectation, pretty much a requirement now. if you see something suspicious, report it. there's even a training video, right, john? >> the fbi and cia did a joint production. very slick, highly professional. it looks like a movie. it has real interviews. i've looked at this video a number of times. it's for internal use within the government. it's of people who worked with robert janson and alder james. it also has dramatizations of
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people who are acting suspiciously and you see people coming and going from their office who aren't picking up on the -- it's basically saying if you see this kind of stuff, you've got to come forward. accused boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev will be in court today. he's accuse of using weapons of mass destruction to kill three people and wounding more than 160. he's also charged with killing a police officer. his brother died during a shoot-out with police. tsarnaev is expected to enter a plea of not guilty. in the george zimmerman trial the judge will rule today whether trayvon martin's text messages about fighting can be entered as evidence. when the trial started she ruled that martin's interests of guns and fightings couldn't be used in opening statements. susan mcginnis takes a look at
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tuesday's testimony. the pathologist told the court gun powder burns showed trayvon martin was over zimmerman when he shot and killed the teenager. >> the clothing was 2 to 4 inches away. it's consistent with somebody leaning over the person doing the shooting. >> reporter: that is how zimmerman describes events to the police after the shooting. >> i shot him. i didn't think i sit him. he sat up and said, oop, you got me. >> reporter: he said he could have lived three minutes after he was shot and could move his arms under his body after zimmerman had spread them out. the prosecution says the doctor's testimony doesn't prove who started the fight that led to martin's death. the state also argued the victim could have been backing up when he was shot. >> with zimmerman on the ground and he would have this same angle. he's pulling away and zimmerman's shooting him at that
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time. >> yes. >> the prosecution got de-mayo to admit he's being paid $400 an hour for his defense but defendant's consultant michael cox said it still is a defense. >> he's tied it all together and put it in one package. >> reporter: his attorney says they could finish presenting their case on wednesday. susan mcginnis, cbs news, florida. congress is also battling over student loans. the interest rate for stafford loans doubled on july 1st but as usual neither can agree how to get it back to its original level. tara mergener is in washington. good morning, tara. >> good morning, anne-marie. it's another round of gridlock. both sides agree it's too high a rate for students but they can't agree on how to fix it, leaving
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millions of college students in a lurch. congress walked down the steps with unfinished business. beginning july 1st the interest rates on student loans doubled from 3.6% to 8.4% it. pathing millions of college students. today they'll vote on a democratic proposal that keeps the rate at 3.4% next year. there's just one catch. >> i know it's not to simply extend it. there aren't votes to do that. >> reporter: the battle over interest stone rates pits house speaker john boehner against senate majority leader harry reid. house republicans pass add bill that ties the u.s. loan rate to the borrowing cost plus 2.5%. as the rates raise, so does the cost of college.
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senator joe manchin working with republicans has proposed a similar plan with one key difference. i won't use the savings to pay down the nation's debt. >> in this bipartisan group we all agree that profit should not be made on the parts of students going to school. >> but majority leader said he will not tie it in to the market. the loan debt now exceeds $1 trillion. anne-marie? >> tara mergener in washington. thank you, tara. well, tropical storm chantal is threatening to become a hurricane. the sustained winds are at 60 miles an hour. chantal is expected to hit the dominican republic this afternoon. a hurricane watch has been issued for the island. the storm could hammer the bahamas tomorrow and then head
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supporters of deposed egyptian president mohamed morsi gathered this morning before fasting for ramadan. they're still calling for morsi to be returned to power. meanwhile the opposite pledged $8 billion in aid to the new government. and firefighters across the country gathered in arizona to pay tribute to 19 of their colleag colleagues. thousands attended the memorial service for the granite county hotshots who died battling the fire. vice president joe biden thanked
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them for their service. the lone surviving team men brian mcdonough says he misses his brothers. good morning, erica. good morning, anne-marie. asian markets were mixed after a report shows china's exports fell last month. tokyo's nikkei dropped half a percent. hong kong's hang seng added 1%. wall street ended in the black for the fourth consecutive trading dan. a massive five-year half-trillion dollar fam bill could be split in two. one could be split for food stamps and the other for farm aid. they hope by separating them they might gain bigger cuts and gain more conservative report. conservative republicans are
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trying to take revenge on the irs. they're proposed slashing 24% of the agencies 2014 budget for applying groups. the irs meanwhile is canceling bonuses for managers and is trying to cancel them for union work due to the fiscal cliff spending cuts. the nation's major grocery chain is getting much bigger. kroger is buying harris teeter. they have 212 stores in eight states including delaware, florida, maryland, and washington, d.c. and chevy's newest corvette doesn't just look good. it ooh's sports car good for the planet. it boasts 29 miles per gallon on the highway even though it's packing a 455 horsepower, 6
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president.2. >> it got even sexier, who knew that could happen. erica ferrari here in new york. thank you, erica. straight ahead, your morning weather, and in sports the astros splashed some leather as they take on the leading cardinals. thank you, erica. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover, and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i've been with bp for 24 years. i was part of the team that helped deliver on our commitments to the gulf - and i can tell you, safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge safety equipment and technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art
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forecast in some cities oftened the country. expect thunderstorms in new york. miami, thunderstorms as well. chicago, thunderstorms in the morning. dallas will be partly sunny, and los angeles, morning clouds, 85 the high. and time now for a check of the nationalhe u.s. are at risk of severe weather today from new england west to the mississippi river valley and a second in the plains. expect scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the southeast. much of the west will be dry though. a high risk of fire stretches from southern california and arizona north to idaho. in sports the st. louis cardinals' adam wainwright picked up his lead-tying 12th win. he shut out the astros through seven innings matt carpenter drove in three runs for the cards who ended up beating houston, 9-5. in philadelphia cole hamels allowed just one run and sit hits over the eighth aining.
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philadelphia has won six of its last eight games and is now just 1 1/2 games behind the nationals in the n.l. east. in chicago 37-year-old and red-hot alfonso soriano hit two of the cubs' five home runs in an interleague game against the los angeles angels. soriano is hitting .400 with eight home runs in his last 11 games. the cubs beat the angels, 7-2. and in the american league, texas ranger adrian beltre went four for four with two home runs as they beat the rangers, 12-4. he has six home runs in the last six games. they're now 16 games over .500 and just a half game behind the western leading oakland a's. when we return, another look at the top stories. a rare pral look. new footage of fdr as few people have ever seen him.
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., thunderstorms today. atlanta, thunderstorms as well. same thing goes for st. louis. denver, afternoon thunderstorms, but seattle will be mostly sunny. and here's a look at today's top stories. the ntsb says the pilots of asiana flight 214 relied on the equipment for the speed of the plane. but they realizeded too late it was going too low and too slow. the republicans will discuss pathway to citizen ship and border parole as two key things. a college professor discovered the eight-second clip. it shows fdr on the "uss baltimore" in 1944 gliding past
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sailors on the ramp. it could be only such film in existence. he contracted polio in 1941 and was never seen in public using a wheelchair. in fact, many never knew the four-year president could never walk. american chris cafferty along with luke spent the day replacing broken gear and removing a bad camera. this is the "cbs morning news." what's your name? linda. linda obviously sacrificed a good haircut so that her daughter could have a warm coat. it's windy. yeah. now you can help people like linda stop with the sacrificing. tell them about light & fit greek nonfat yogurt twice the protein and 80 calories. thick... creamy. taste satisfying, right? eat! light and fit greek! ♪ dannon! chalky... not chalky.
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. good morning. welcome to wusa9. today is wednesday, hump day. july 10, 2013. i'm andrea roane. halfway there. i'm mike hydeck. beverly farmer is in for monika. she'll have traffic moment tairl. well -- momentarily. we'll begin with first alert and howard bernstein. very warm morning out there with a couple of showers possible. then we'll worry about the threat for some storms later today. still green. not a yellow alert. depending how things are developing, we may be upgrading that by noon today. washington monument, i like the lights. kind of cool. we'll be going into the mid- 80s. we'll be in the 8030--- 80- degree range pretty quickly. storms this afternoon could put down torrential downpours. there's a lot of moisture in
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the atmosphere. we'll see if we get the big kicker or little kicker heading our way. storms in ohio and pennsylvania as well. we'll take you over toward the ones that are close, western maryland, west of cumberland, frostburg, light showers. heavier showers are south of romney into west virginia. actually in the moorefield area. this is moving to the east headed toward the shenandoah valley. perhaps we'll see a little rain there but this stuff has been weakening as it moves toward the east and southeast. 75 still in leesburg and winchester and gaithersburg this morning with fredricksburg and easton 78. 79 here in d.c. we're going to the mid and upper 80s today. i think we'll have more clouds than sunshine. storms possible this morning and storms possible this afternoon. monika samtani is off but beverly farmer is in watching timesaver traffic. pretty happy on the roadways. northbound interstate 95 you're in decent shape as you make the
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ride from fredricksburg into spring field. volume has been light here. if you continue north 395, work crews were still in place approaching the 14th street bridge. that boundary channel drive bridge ongoing work. that's been tying up the right side of the roadway. northbound side of 395 to the 14th street bridge, virginia beltway, i-66, they picked up the road work there. maryland outer loop of the beltway no early problems as you make your way west into silver spring. overnight work north of andrews should be out of the way. one crash that was eastbound 198 on the ramp to the southbound bw parkway, that last report from police that access ramp is closed. back to you. >> beverly, thank gluz this morning we're still together to make -- we're still trying to make sense of what's going on with adam kokesh. he was just in our studio monday evening talking to derek mcginty about how on the 4th of july he brought what appeared to abloaded rifle into freedom -- to be a loaded rifle into
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freedom plaza and posted it on youtube. >> we asked him what the whole stunt was about. >> reporter: what do you think will happen tonight? >> probably he's going to get arrested. all we're doing is throwing more gasoline on the fire. i already placed a few phone calls. the word is nationwide right now. it's just the beginning. >> reporter: actually this is the beginning. gun rights activist adam kokesh appearing to break d.c.'s strict gun law by loading a gunshot. this morning a swarm of police cars in front of the house where he could be. he canceled a march with lots of people carrying guns into d.c. but instead did n. young says he's not worried.
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>> when you take one person out, you have two, three more step up. >> reporter: carrying a gun outside in d.c. is considered a felony that will bring five in prison or a fine up to $5,000. debra alfarone, wusa9. >> as of last night, there's been no arrest made and we'll update you on this as we get more information. the defense is expected to wrap up their case today in the george zimmerman trial. they are hoping the judge will allow a third recreation of that shooting to be shown to jurors. also yesterday, dr. vincent di paio testified for the defense and said forensic evidence is consistent with zimmerman's stories. gunpowder burns show trayvon martin was leaning over zimmerman when he shot and killed the teenager. >> the clothing was two to four inches away. it's consistent